Accreditations & Affiliations

As a school we are members of several organisations and have been accredited by a number of them accordingly.


In February 2017, Sri KDU International School (SKIS) has been awarded the Education Development Trust (formerly CfBT) International School Quality Mark (ISQM) at Gold level. The ISQM verification inspection is a recognised school accreditation for international schools which provides objective assurance that the school meets rigorous quality standards.

Download ISQM Report


Sri KDU International School is a member of FOBISIA (Federation of British International Schools in Asia). The aim of the Federation is to promote excellence, high achievement and good practice through British-style education in schools. FOBISIA also explores co-operative initiatives through means such as facilitating school improvement through shared programmes of professional development and providing opportunities for inter-school competitions and enrichments programmes. The SKIS Principal, Mrs Rafee is an elected member of the FOBISIA Board.

To find out more about FOBISIA, Click Here!


Sri KDU International School is part of the AIMS (Association of International Malaysian Schools) group of schools. Mrs Rafee, the Principal of Sri KDU International School is currently the Vice Chairperson of AIMS.

AIMS Malaysia Website

Green Flag

Sri KDU International School was re-awarded the Eco-Schools Green Flag in July 2019. The Green Flag Award is a prestigious, internationally recognized and respected eco-label of high performance for schools with the best environmental education.

The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award

Sri KDU International School was established as an International Award Centre (IAC) for the Duke of Edinburgh's International Award on 1st April 2014 by the Award Foundation. In delivering the Award we work hard to engage young people in purposeful activities focused on gaining knowledge, broadening horizons and accumulating a diversity of experiences. The Award promotes positive youth development for young people to develop skills complementing their formal education. It also builds values of commitment, service to others, leadership, team working, determination and independence. Students in Year 10 start our Bronze Level Award programme in September, with students entering Year 11 being able to access the Silver Level Award. We run a Gold Award level for IB Junior (Year 12) students.

 The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award Website